7th of April 1861 Middle Stobswood Cottage, Ulgham, Parochial Chapelry, Northumberland
Ann (30) and John Douglas (36) (spelt John Douglass here) are living with John R. (6) who was born, like his mother, in Ulgham. They are joined by Alice?(4) and George (2) both born in Widdrington. John Douglas is working as a Railway Repairer and was born in Felton, Northumberland. They live next to the Farm House that is inhabited by John and Margaret Whinham. They may be Ann's parents. John is the Farmer of 240 acres, 4 men. There is more information about the resources of the farm but that is unclear from the census. Margaret is from Felton and John from Burraton/Burradon, Northumberland. Their eldest daughter is 28 and was born in the same place as Ann so it is highly likely that John and Margaret are her parents.
2nd of April 1871 Woodhorn Moor, Woodhorn, nr Hirst, Northumberland
John Douglass (42) of Felton is now a widower and working as an Agricultural Labourer. There are no more children in the family than in the 1861 census so Ann may have died shortly after 1861. His children are John (16), an Agricultural Labourer from Ulgham, Margaret (14), a Domestic Servant from Widdrington, and George (12), also from Widdrington and an Agricultural Labourer
3rd of April 1881 Unknown
John Douglass (54) lives with his daughter Margaret Ann (24). John is working as a Coal Miner and is written as coming from Cramlington, Northumberland and Margaret from Warkworth, Northumberland. These are different places than mentioned in the 1871 and 1861 cenuses so there is an chance that these are not relatives of this line.
14th of May 1881 Bedlington, Northumberland
George Douglas (22) and Isabella Taite (23) are married after Banns by John Whitley, Official? Minister, in the presence of George Rannison and Mary Ann Taite. George and Isabella are living in Netherton and George works as a Yeoman. George's dad, John, works as a Miner and Isabella's dad, William, works as a Colliery Labourer.
30th of November 1885 Unknown
Two pieces of evidence: his marriage certificate and death certificate indicate that John was born around February to April 1885. The 1901 and 1891 census says his was born in Bedlington. His entry in the register needs to be located.
5th of April 1891 South Farm, Netherton, Northumberland
George Douglas (32) and Isabella (33) are in a cottage tied to John Todd's South Farm. George, from Widdrington now works as an Agricultural Labourer. Isabella is from Bamburgh. Their children are Elizabeth (8) and John (6) of this line who are both at school. William (4), George (2) and Mary E. (1) make up the remainder.
31st of March 1901 South Farm, Netherton, Northumberland
George Douglas (42) and Isabella (43) head up a household of 10. George is a Hind born in Widdrington, Northumberland and Isabella from Bamburgh. The children are as follows, and all are single and born in Bedlington: Elizabeth A/G? (18), John (16) is the direct ancestor of this line and works as a Hind, William (14) is a Labourer on a Dairy Farm, George (12), Mary I? (11), Margaret (9), Ada (7) and Norah (4).
8th of May 1909 Register Office, Morpeth, Northumberland
Mary Jane Nicholson, 20, and John Douglas, 24, are wed by the Registrar Robert Dickinson and Superintendent Registrar John F. Donnelly in the presence of Margaret and Mary Douglas. John Douglas works as a Farm Labourer at South Farm, Netherton where he is resident. His father George is a Farm Steward and probably works at the same place. Mary lives at 8 Telephone Row, Bedlington, and her father Isaac Nicholson is a Coal Miner.
12th of February 1918 17 Bell's Place, Bedlington, Morpeth, Northumberland
John Douglas dies aged 33 of enteric fever (typhoid) and status typhosis in the Infectious Diseases Hospital at Staith Quay, Bedlington. He previously worked as a Colliery Housekeeper beow ground. His aunt, Catherine Bates of 31 South Row, Bedlington Colliery was the informant.
10th of February 1923 3 Bell's Place, Bedlington, Morpeth, Northumberland
Thomas Albert Douglas is born to Mary Jane Douglas (formerly Nicholson) and an un-named father. Mary was married to John who died in 1918 at 17 Bell's Place therefore it is likely that Thomas was born out of an affair. Thomas Albert joins a Catholic school, so Mary who is suffering from cancer can recieve the attention of the nuns.
28th of March 1948 Unknown
Thomas Albert Douglas (25) and Patricia Alice Maude Hoskin (20) are married within 6 weeks of meeting each other. Thomas is resident at Seaton Barracks, Crown Hill, Plymouth where he works as a Gunner in the Royal Artillery (19078373). His father, John Douglas who worked as a miner, is now deceased. Patricia works as a Kitchen Hand and lives at 34 St. John Road, Plymouth. Her father is Albert Edward Hoskin who works as a general labourer.
29th of May 1959 Carlisle, Northumberland
Margaret Mary Douglas is born to Thomas Albert and Patricia Alice Maude Douglas (formerly Hoskin).
8th of May 1975 Unknown
Lee is born under a 'wundrin star' to Martyn Richard and Margaret Mary Hibberd (formerly Douglas). He's still alive so doesn't want to give you too many details.
24th of September 1995 2b Newman Street, Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire
Thomas Albert Douglas dies at 72 of cancer of the bronchus. His last job was as a Security Officer.